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Help please S&B ladies- winter coat for my DD

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70isaLimitNotaTarget Sat 27-Oct-12 19:57:48

My DD is a tall slim 10yo.
For clothes she's in ladies size 6-8 to give her the height.

She's got a school coat from last year but I'm looking for a winter coat for everyday wear.

Something warm (so padded/puffy down sort rather than a wool coat)
Not a waterproof one (she's got a Regatta jacket).

I've got H&M, Primark, M&S, Next, George @ Asda , Time, Monsoon.

If I need to I can go to Bluewater or Lakeside later in the week.

Anything nice out there.

Oooh, :

NO "Hello Kitty"
NO fur round the hood
She's quite a sophisticated 10 yo but she's still a child so I don't really want to buy her a ladies coat, but I reckon she could fit a petit sized 6 womens.

TIA grin

Willowisp Sat 27-Oct-12 20:48:07

Gap puffs coat ? My dd's have these & they are quite slim fitting....fur around the hood,mbut you can remove it.

friendlymum67 Sat 27-Oct-12 21:04:37

New Look?? I got my 10 yr old DD a nice quilted style one there recently.

MrsShrek3 Sat 27-Oct-12 21:07:22

H&M all the way smile

70isaLimitNotaTarget Sat 27-Oct-12 21:11:48


No GAP but there's an H&M and New Look practically opposite each other.

Do New Look do childrens' clothes or would it be young teen?
(She's tall for age but slim)

Paribus Sun 28-Oct-12 00:10:01 this? It's really warm and looks beautiful in RL.

friendlymum67 Sun 28-Oct-12 10:07:45

Young teens but otherwise a small ladies - size 6 or 8??

70isaLimitNotaTarget Thu 01-Nov-12 19:43:23

We had a look round. There was nothing in M&S she liked (bit hmm because I had some reward vouchers and a £15 gift voucher.But I can spend that on me grin )

H&M had a lovely one, warm, fleecey lined ,she liked the grey, but didn't have it in her size .

Today we were in Primark (my DDs home-from-home) and she got a puffy ,winter white coat (washable at 30c) with fur but you could remove it (zips off)

DD got size 8 to allow a jersey under it .Size 6 was fine but she wanted a bit more room.

Happy DD, coat was £18, so good price .

thanks for your help.

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